I suppose one of the most genuine ways to develop a sense of gratitude is to go through times of privation and then in those times find God’s loving care come through. I have been reading the life of George Muller by Roger Steer entitled: George Muller: Delighted In God. George Muller was the German pastor who came to Bristol, England and founded a number of orphanages which depended solely upon God for resource. No appeals or public campaigns were used to raise money for the children’s housing, food or clothing. The story of God’s miraculous provision for these children and the faith of George Muller is a marvelous and inspiring story. In chapter 9 the author reviews the period of direst struggle which began in the summer of 1838. Muller’s diary recounts the story: Aug 18, 1938 I have not one penny in hand for the orphans. In a day or two again many pounds will be needed. My eyes are…
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